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Mechanisms of Proton Conduction in Perovskite-Type Oxides

  • K. D. Kreuer
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Part of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Energy book series (FCHY)

The proton is the only ion of chemical significance that has no electron shell on its own. It, therefore, strongly polarizes its environment, which leads to high binding energies. Speaking in terms of transport, this corresponds to a high degree of self-localization and implies a strong coupling of long-range proton motion to the dynamics of the proton environment. This is actually one common feature of all proton conduction mechanisms in quite diverse families of compounds [1].

Keywords

Proton Transfer Activation Enthalpy Proton Mobility High Proton Conductivity Acceptor Dopant 
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Acknowledgments

I thank R. Merkle for reading the proofs and U. Traub for preparing the figures.

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  1. 1.Max-Planck-Institut für FestkörperforschungHeisenbergstr. 1Germany

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